↓ Download Service Folder 13th Sunday after Pentecost John 6:51-58 INTRO: You are what you eat. I’m sure that you’ve all heard that before. It’s very true! Have you ever seen that movie “Super-Size me?” The guy eats McDonalds for a month straight and his health just goes right down the tube. This guy willingly…
Maundy Thursday 2016, Jeremiah 31:31-34
In the new covenant God deals with us differently than in the old. Now God doesn’t have to beat you and tell you- now here are all the rules and laws you have to follow. Rather, God tells you what He’s done to save you and rescue you, so eternal life is yours.
8th Sunday after Pentecost, 1 Corinthians 10 and 11
And that’s why it’s so crucial to understand and hold on to this truth – the truth that we really do receive Jesus’ body and blood in the sacrament. It’s not just a symbol, it’s not just a sign, it’s not just a representation. Rather, there’s a remarkable reality and a rich reward in the Supper.
Holy Week, Maundy Thursday, Matthew 26:26-28
Jesus comes to us with His own body and blood together with the bread and the wine to give us the cure we need: the forgiveness of our sins. May we with ready hearts receive His Supper.
In a wonderful way He gives us His true body and blood together with bread and wine so that we can see, touch, taste, hear, and actually receive the forgiveness Jesus won for us on the cross. God assures us of our forgiveness and sweeps away our doubts about His love for us.